• New York Court of Appeals Confirms that Insurer Need Not Show Prejudice When Disclaiming on Late Notice
  • April 14, 2005
  • Law Firm: Hunton & Williams LLP - Richmond Office
  • The New York Court of Appeals held that a general liability insurer need not show prejudice when disclaiming coverage based on late notice of a suit. Argo Corp., Inc. v. Greater New York Mut. Ins. Co., No. 42, 2005 WL 756613 (April 5, 2005). This decision confirms New York's longstanding rule that an insured must strictly comply with an insurance policy's notice requirements.